The 6th International Workshop on
"Innovative Designs for Mobile and Ubiquitous Learning: 1:1 and Beyond"
in Conjunction with the International Conference on
Computers in Education (ICCE) 2015
Conference Dates: November 30, 2015 (Monday) to December 4, 2015 (Friday)
Location: The First World Hotel, Hangzhou, China
Call for Workshop Papers
Overview and Purpose
This workshop is a follow-up of the last five ICCEs’ workshops of the same title. The advancement of personal computing devices, from personal computers to mobile devices, has been gradually changing the landscape of the technology-transformed learning. This facilitates the incorporation of one-to-one computing into education and opens up endless possibilities of the design and enactment of innovative teaching and learning models (or the enhancement of pre-existing models), such as perpetual and ubiquitous learning, personalized learning, authentic and contextualized learning, seamless learning, rapid knowledge co-construction, among others. This leads to the further empowerment of the learners in deciding what, where, when, and how they would learn, and whom they would learn with/from. After the initial hype, however, there have been voices within the researcher community to reassess the notion of one-to-one computing in classroom and informal learning, such as whether one-to-one settings may impact peer collaboration and teachers' roles, the issues of student and social readiness, as well as the explorations of alternative or hybrid settings of many-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-many, and one-to-one configurations.
The aim of this workshop is to provide a forum where international participants can share knowledge, experiences and concerns on the one-to-one technology-transformed learning and explore directions for future research collaborations.
This year, we invite research papers focusing on the following themes and topics (but not restricted to), and highly encourage graduate students to submit their research work (completed or work-in-progress) to the workshop:
- Formal and informal learning processes with mobile technologies
- Lifelong and lifewide learning in a ubiquitous learning environment
- Design, implementation and evaluation of mobile learning applications
- Innovative learning design integrating emerging types of technologies (e.g., sensor/gesture technologies, data mining, AR, etc)
- Empirical study on mobile technologies to enhance 21st century skills
- National policies on technology-transformed learning
- Successful examples of large-scale implementation of technology-transformed learning
- A critical review on challenges and future directions of technology-transformed learning
The list above is not exhaustive. In particular, we invite contributions that provide critical reviews, lessons learned, and new perspectives of technology-transformed learning for building a future research agenda.
- Submission deadline for workshop papers: August 31, 2015 (Extended)
- Acceptance notification of workshop papers: September 10, 2015
- Final camera-ready version due for workshop papers: September 24, 2015
You may submit a long paper (8-10 pages) or a short paper (5-6 pages). Please refer to the submission guidelines before submitting your papers. For past authors of ICCE, please note that the paper template has been substantially revised. Do download the LATEST VERSION of the Paper-Template-File in preparing your manuscript.
Please submit your paper by email as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject title "ICCE 2015 Workshop Paper Submission".
Each paper will be reviewed by at least 2 reviewers. All accepted papers will appear in one volume of workshop proceedings with ISBN and will be indexed by Elsevier Bibliographic Database.
Hyo-Jeong So is an associate professor in the Department of Creative IT Engineering at Pohang University of Science & Technology (POSTECH), Korea. Previously, she was with the Learning Sciences & Technologies academic group of the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. She received her Ph.D. from Instructional Systems Technology, Indiana University. Her research interests include computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL), mobile learning, and human-computer interaction (HCI). Since 2005, she has headed several research projects on emerging technology and media, including the “FutureSchools@Singapore”project supported by the National Research Foundation, Singapore.
Hui-Chun Chu is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Information Management, Soochow University. Dr. Chu received her Ph.D. degree from of the Department of Information and Learning Technology at National University of Tainan in Taiwan in July, 2009. Dr Chu serves as an editorial board member and a reviewer for more than 15 academic journals. Her research interests include mobile and ubiquitous learning, Game-based learning, information technology-applied instructions, and knowledge engineering in education. Dr. Chu has published 90 academic papers, including 40 academic journal papers in such professional journals as Computers & Education, British Journal of Educational Technology, Educational Technology & Society and Electronic Library among others. Owing to the innovative inventions in e-learning, she received the annual Young Scholars Outstanding Researcher Award--Ta-You Wu Memorial Award from the Ministry of Science and Technology in 2014. Moreover, she served as the guest editor of International Journal of Distance Education Technologies, and Interactive Learning Environments (SSCI) in 2013.
Ting-Chia Hsu (Ching-Kun Hsu) is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Technology Application and Human Resource Development in National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan. Her research interests include computer-assisted learning, mobile learning, personalized learning and educational technology. Dr. Hsu has been a reviewer and has published in several SSCI journals, such as Computers & Education, British Journal of Educational Technology, Computer Assisted Language Learning, Educational Technology & Society, Interactive Learning Environments, ReCALL, Technology, Pedagogy and Education, and so on. Dr. Hsu was awarded a government scholarship by Ministry of Education for project research abroad in 2011. She also receives the NSC Special Outstanding Talent Award from February, 2013 to January, 2014 in National Taiwan Normal University. She is rewarded a National Taiwan Normal University Academic Excellence Award from 2014 to 2016. The Ministry of Science and Technology grants her the Distinguished Young Scholars Project from 2014 to 2016.
Morris Jong is the Director of the Centre for the Advancement of IT in Education, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong). His research foci include context-aware mobile learning, digital game-based learning, computer-supported collaborative learning, and technology-enhanced pedagogy adoption. He has published more than 40 refereed journal papers and book chapters. He has also headed 12 government-funded research projects since 2009. Currently, he is on the editorial boards of a number of academic journals in the areas of technology-enhanced learning and teacher education.
Noriko Uosaki received the Ph.D. degree in computer science from the University of Tokushima in 2013. Currently she is an associated professor at the Center for International Education and Exchange, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan. Her research interests include MALL (Mobile Assisted Language Learning), Seamless Learning, CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning), Computer Supported Ubiquitous and Mobile Learning, CSCL (Computer Supported Collaborative Learning), and TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language).
International Program Committee Members
Ivica Boticki (Croatia)
Xiaoqing Gu (China)
Chen-Chung Liu (Taiwan)
Hiroaki Ogata (Japan)
Yanjie Song (Hong Kong)
Yancy Toh (Singapore)
Lung-Hsiang Wong (Singapore)